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. kaiserpermanente. thrive. >>> tonight the city officiant ta claire is set to discuss the building of a shopping center. christian captain reports some residents are worried about repeating past mistakes. >> reporter: city leaders are looking at taking the next steps in entering relationships with doers to see if this can be turned into a retail district. >> this is everything we talked about when the voters voted on it in 2010. we were going to look at a residential component as well. >> reporter: they're going to look at see if this can be developed. they'll look to see if the public use facilities can be moved but it could mean big money. >> we're looking at generating 50 to 100 year records new for the city to use to keep police and fire and roads in guideship. >> reporter: the plans that lead to the demolition downtown and they say they shouldn't replace the old downtown with a new one. >> they destroyed downtown santa claire because they wer
was he doing there? well, here to discuss former cia officer claire lopez and former israeli defense force officer mark kahlberg. claire, this chechnya connection is troubling, may be the key to understanding. what is so important that we need to know about the brother, the chechnya connection, and his trip to russia? >> well, governor, chechnya is a jihad intjihad now to inteto ya. their online web posting, especially the "usa today" channel set up by tamerlan, the older brother. that's where we see links to the caucuses emirates, for example, and this is a jihad terrorist organization. it's led by a chechenhter. and it is dedicated to establishing an islamic state across the region, and enforcing islamic law there, shoul. this is dangerous to others, because the caucasus emirate has -- >> mike: mark, you're in tel aviv, but you've been a part of being a first responder at 50 or more terrorist attacks in israel. what do you look for when you are anticipating or going into the situation following a terrorist attack? >> governor, there's nothing you can really look for. as every profi
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claire. >> we'll let you know how it turns out on tonight 10:00 news on ktvu. >>> that allows for it to be demolish. the appeal filed just yesterday. the group did not consider the th historical or landmark values. >>> new report possible solution to a problem faced by many people. the report commission by the municipal transportation -- new cans over the next few years to meet the growing need. currently there are some 1600 taxes operation in the city. >>> u.s. navy pulls the plug on the blue angels, see what else is going to be missing this year. and a texas college of what authorities say p tonight about a man in custody. >>> the heat up will continue for wednesday, i will have a look out for what you can expect for your area, coming up. >>> strong winds something firefighters calling for extra help. a student livering in the home first reported a fire in the garage at about 4: 30 this morning. all people inside got outside safely. >>> now fully contained in the ventura county. a quickly spread due to high winds there. two homes were destroyed, and more than 100 others thre
will testify. reporter mary claire dale of the associated press has covered the trial since it began. she joins us tonight from philadelphia. welcome to the program. mary claire dale, first of all, tell us what are the charges against dr. gosnell. >> good evening. the charges include eight counts of murder, seven of them are first-degree murder and could bring the death penalty. those are the charges involving the babies who were allegedly born alive. the 8th murder count is a third-degree murder count involving the overdosed death of the 41-year-old patient. >> woodruff: and this all stemmed as we said from investigators coming into the clinic a few years ago. they were actually looking for something else. >> yes, indeed. they were responding, we think, to a tip about drug, prescribing of prescription drugs including oxycontin. he was apparently one of the more high-volume prescribers in the state of pennsylvania. the raid was intended to examine that. allegedly was freely writing prescriptions for addicts and drug dealers, et cetera. but what the f.b.i. and other federal and state authorities
." clair has won. you are the first "chompion." >> they know it iwas me because i got a free meal. and check a map on -- check them out on facebook. take a peek at the stuff we have cut. to get our -- check out our blog. i will have >> hello. you're watching the show that explores san francisco's love affair with food. there are at least 18 farmers markets in san francisco alone, providing fresh and affordable to year-round. this is a great resource that does not break the bank. to show just how easy it can be to do just that, we have come up with something called the farmers' market challenge. we find someone who loves to cook, give them $20, and challenge them to create a delicious meal from ingredients found right here in the farmer's market. who did we find for today's challenge? >> today with regard to made a pot greater thanchapino. >> you only have $20 to spend. >> i know peter it is going to be tough, but i think i can do it. it is a san francisco classic. we are celebrating bay area food. we have nice beautiful plum tomatoes here. we have some beautiful fresh fish here.
. >> you are the "chompion." clair has won. you are the first "chompion." >> they know it iwas me because i got a free meal. and check a map on -- check them out on facebook. take a peek at the stuff we have cut. to get our -- check out our blog. i will have >> you're watching quick bites, the show that is san francisco. and today you're in for a real treat. oh, my! food inspired by the mediterranean and middle east with a twist so unique you can only find it in one place in san francisco. we're at the 55th annual armenian festival and bizarre. this is extra special not only because i happen to be armenian, but there is so much delicious food here. and i can't wait to share it with all of you. let's go. armenia, culture and cusine has had much cultural exchanges with its neighbors. today armenian food infuses he flavor from the mediterranean, middle east, and eastern europe. >> this is our 55th year and in san francisco we're the largest armenian food festival and widely recognized as one of the best food festivals in the area. we have vendors that come up from fresno, from los angeles sho
democrat claire mccaskill. and georgia republican saxby chambliss. we'll get the latest from boston from cbs investigators john miller and bob orr, and analysis on all that and more from peggy noonan of the "wall street journal." harvard university's david gergen. cbs this morning cohost norah o'donnell. foreign correspondent clarissa ward, just back from sirpia. and political director john dickerson. plus the highlights will of last night's correspondents' dinner. it's all next on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again. south carolina republican lindsey graham is in cottonwood, arizona, this morning. and, senator, thanks for coming. i want to start with the-- some of these details, more details now coming out on the russian bombers and their family. it now turns out not only was one of them on a u.s. terror watch list, but also his mother as well. what do you make of this? and where are we on all of this? >> well, i don't know if his mother was on the watch list, but the warn
coy? briefings, witness preps. i don't mean that. you mean, has he said, "this one's for claire kincaid"? no. that guy got 12 months at mount mcgregor. yeah, i know. i pulled the file. you were in the car with her. yeah, i was catching a ride home. claire came down to the bar to pick up mccoy. he'd already split. bad timing all around. listen, this hump dressler i'm keeping them crossed he gets what he deserves. young: i told him to stop. to help those people. he kept driving. he dropped me off at my apartment. i don't know what he did after that. what, if anything, did he say to you before he left? objection. overruled. please answer, ms. young. he told me that if i said a word to anyone that i'd be as dead as those three people. mccoy: thank you. you said mr. dressler accused you of sleeping with another man and threatened to kill him. does he always behave this way? he's very possessive. but when he's drunk his jealousy's out of control isn't it? it gets worse. he rants and raves he imagines things? yes. because you've never been unfaithful to him, have you? no. so that morning when he s
're here with my good friend claire. claire is 65 years young. claire, tell everyone why it is that you use the dermawand. >> i use the dermawand for myself-- it makes me feel younger and i feel beautiful. >> you are beautiful. look at her! i want you to see what happened when i got these first-time dermawand users to treat just one side of their face for 21 days. >> woman: when i used the dermawand, i saw results immediately on the brow. it just opened my face all up. i will use the dermawand daily morning and evening because i can truly see the results. >> when i used the dermawand, my husband noticed a difference and he told me how wonderful i looked-- what did i do? it does give you more confidence and i recommend it. >> with the dermawand, you can save yourself thousands of dollars and perform your own radio frequency treatments at home every day. remember, dermawand will tone, tighten, lift and give you the gift of younger-looking skin. in fact, the dermawand will take years off your appearance, and it only takes three minutes a treatment. >> today you have seen real, live results on
are frequently recounted on the new tumblr account, the claire danes cry face project? >> well, i actually watch homeland, and she does a really good job of crying. she's crying a lot. so i'm gonna say "c," homeland, final answer. >> i love homeland so much. it's so great. you got it right. [cheers and applause] let's put some money in that bank of yours. $7,000. up to $14,500. ry
-2 cardinal to start. cal answers with the 14-2 run. claire don gets it started with the pull upjumper. gray, ducking, turning, scoring, cal 16-10. but louisville, the no-look behind the back pass. le cal had a ten-point lead at halftime. second half. clarendon, eight points in the first half. coast to coast. off glass. you think the senior wants to win it? 45-37 cal. then the bears go on a turnover binge. right now, cal clinging to a 52-51 lead with just over three minutes to go. >> and opening home stand full of festivities concluded today with the championship ring ceremony. then the series finale against st. louis began and all was good until a nightmare of the fourth inning for matt cain, when something is transported with white gloves, it's a great deal. rings arrived on a cable car trolley, a proud moment for the players and franchise. second final the free years. angel pagan got the giants on the board first. then the wheels come off for cain. like batting practice for st. louis. tagged for nine runs. worst appearance since april 2008. st. louis gave up nine runs then. won 3-2/3, jus
and helping people in some astonishing ways. here's serena altschul. >> reporter: meet claire de vein. she's your typical three-year-old except claire was born without a right ear. and she could be among the first recipients of one of medicine's most cutting-edge technologies. bioprinting. bioprinting is the latest form of 3-d printing. imagine using a home printer but instead of working in just two dimensions, this printer creates in three dimensions. a nozzle lays down a stream of plastic, metal or ceramic, layer after layer it slowly forms an object. everybody from toys to cars. even human tissue. >> if you think of any tissue in the body, it's this intricate combination of cells and matrix in just a right particular order. so the idea with bioprinting is that we can impart that organization right from the start. to give this like jello that you might make in your kitchen. >> reporter: about a month ago larry bonsauer an associate professor of biomedical engineering at cornell university astonished the world when he printed an actual living human ear. >> the whole process of printing is
? it was posted last week. the columnist, claire crawford launched a poll. do raersd think she has the perfect look, could use tightening up or does he have to business wearing the outfit if front of people? the article prompted a backlash. one person tweeted, wow, it's possible for a woman to be a misogynist? blogger claire crawford qualifies. another saying shame on you for your irrelevant, vindictive and outrageous xaents. the article was taken down on wednesday. and now several websites, including the houston chronicle, seems to be a pseudonym for anna railey. she was posted this on a website when she auditioned to be a cheerleader. >> i added my own personal style. >> reporter: she didn't make the team. she has denied writing the article. one like anna-megan raley aka blogger claire crawford who called the cheerleader fat, are idiots. willi williams is taking the high road. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> a woman. a woman. a ha. a ha. >> now i think we know why. >> now that we know the back story of who possibly wrote it. >> jealousy. >> great for people t
. >> reporter: investigators are giving few details about the case but wicker's colleague, senator claire mccaskill, says police have a suspect. she told reporters, quote, the person that is a suspect writes a lot of letters to members. but as far as the connection to the boston bombing, authorities say no. >> i would point to the statement by the fbi as you said that they have made that said they have no indication of a connection between the two. >> reporter: this is not the first ricin scare on capitol hill. in 2004, a letter sent to senate majority leader bill frist made it to the capital and senate office buildings were shut down for days. you may be wondering what is ricin? it is a poison found naturally in castor beans and in high doses it can be fatal if ingested or inhaled. lab tests on these letters are expected to take 24 to 48 hours. in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> is any of this affecting normal business at the capital today? >> reporter: there is a heavy police presence at the capital did you they are still doing tours. it's unclear right now whether or not senators w
settings. you can adjust it to give you the curl you want. claire put it to the test for the daily mail online. it took 20 minutes to do her entire head. >> her entire head? >> yeah. >> it would take longer with a wand. >> it's only available in the uk at the moment. think about all the money you spend on heated curlers, the curling iron, the wand, the waver. it's very cost effective. >> how much is this thing? >> $272. >> i can't wait until it's 19.99, two payments a month. >>> this is something you are going to like because it involves exploding something. >> we are going to blow up -- >> these guys always have a ton of fun. they are the coolest. >> looks like they have glass jars filled with paint. they have fire crackers and a phantom camera. >> 1510 at 15,000 frames per second. >> he gets out the blow torch. here it is 600 times slower than at the human eye. it is rather beautiful if you look at the sparks and the paint. kind of pretty. >> these are like colorful, rainbow volcanos. >> you can see the sparkle and the blue paint. it rips off the top of the yellow paint. that one hasn
heitkamp and joe donnelly >> hillary clinton senator claire mccaskill tom carper one of the last remaining democrats silent on same sex marriage has just endorsed it putting it up on his face book page >> jon: they interpreted carper's facebook page because of the sign of supporter. he was supporting pause button awareness. he flipped it. also an important issue. it may seem like all the democrats are rushing to get on the side of gay marriage with a break neck pace of passengers disembarking [bleep] encrusted cruise ship. whenever a democrat talks about a change of heart they tend to put it on a more epic time scale >> with respect to the issue of whether gays and lesbians should be able to get married, my feelings about this are constantly evolving >> tim johnson says he backs same sex marriage >> mark warner of virginia who says his views have evolved >> jon: they're referring to charles darwin's theory of gay evolution. it's what led ultimately to darwin's ground-breaking evolution of gay marriage acceptance chart. that's illegal. god hates you. god hates you but will and grace is ente
an avalanche of good news for supports. >> senator claire mccass kill of missouri announced her support. >> senator john tester. three more senators have voiced their porn, mark warner, jay rockefeller and senator mark begich. >> jon: it has all the makings of the historic shift in public opinion and the most boring gay pride parade float ever. what seems to have triggered this wave of mind changing was one brave senator's announcement last week. >> gay marriage has picked up a prominent new supporter, senator rob portman of ohio. the only republican in the u.s. senate to take that position. >> jon: bravo rob portman. i assume senator portman thought long and hard about this and realized it's purely on the principle of the issue he needs to stand up for fairness and equal quit. >> he changed his change of heart. he said it began two years ago ago when his college aged son told his family that he is gay. >> jon: that would do it, too. i never realized a human being could actually be gay until my wife and i accidentally made one. not all his republicans are so easily swayed. >> senator sa
's not unique. i mean most shows-- it's not like claire danez comes on and says let me tell you about next week's show. who is on it. >> jon: if they get special guest stars that's biggest push, the advertising is like-- they will release a spate of guest stars that's coming on as promotions. you've got to be very confident in your storylines and actors to not want to use that as a commercial as opposed to letting it play out. >> i think that's sort of stunt casting is one way to think about it. we like keeping it under wraps. >> jon: smart move, my friend. and you're heading off now, you're going to india. >> india. >> jon: with assif mandvi. assif mandvi and jon hamm are going to india ( cheering ) to shoot-- you're going to live in an ashram. >> we're actually getting married. ( laughter ) >> jon: it would be nice. the couldn't happen to two better people. >> i know! it's an exciting film based on a true story about an agent who goes to india to try find two cricket players who can play baseball. it's a true story. one of the guys is still in the major lesion at a triple a level. they fo
is the question from claire in owings mills, maryland. hi, claire. >> hi, i just wanted to say a few years ago a couple of us went to the sherwood plantation and tyler's grandson was there and he spoke to us for about an hour he was very gracious. i wonder if you can just discuss a little bit about their connection with william and mary. thank you. >> their connection with william and mary goes back to the very beginninging. you cannot separate william and mary from the tyler family at all, even to the present day of the tylers go there. harrison's father, lionel gardner tyler was president of william and mary. his father john tyler had obviously -- the president had bonn to william and mary and had bns chancellor at william and mary. his father john had go to william and mary and the place is as tied with the tylers as the university of virginia is tied with thomas jefferson. >> another quote, which may give some indication of the match between the tylers. this is julia writing about the president again, alert to her mother. really, do you think there was ever a man so equal to any emergency?
and sequester the jury immediately. >> not sure where defense counsel gets the legal authority or the claire venus -- claire -- clairvoyant to know what the jurors are thinking. defense counsel is more prepared with the news than listening to what the jurors are saying. >> an obvious shot by the prosecutor. of course the jury was not there for that debate and the judge dedeny -- did deny the request. >> an expert on domestic violence on the stand? >> you might remember left she left early because she was sick. this is her fifth day on the stand, and she is going through e-mails and an interview she had, and also the diary you mentioned, of jodi arias and that's how she came to the conclusion that travis alexander was bad guy and verbally and physically abused her. the problem with the witness is the fact that when the prosecution has a chance to cross-examine her, most of the stuff is coming from jody arias a couple years after travis alexmerer in had been killed. >> shepard: the new intelligence coming out of north korea showing kim the younger could be following up with his threats with ac
have claire cushman who wrote a mystery of the personalities on the court. we have jeffrey tubin, latest book is as fresh as today's headlines or breaking news alerts. there's fiction, too. anthony francis book is a fast taste thriller in which six justices are shot by the second page. [laughter] along the way, though, it touches a lot -- it teaches a lot about how the supreme court works. there'sed to peppers and art ward who wrote several books about the justices and their law courts, and there's a fascinating relationship. what do the books have in common other than the supreme court? the answer is, i believe, that all these books are built on the founding assumption that the spreerm court is about more than just its opinions. to understand it fully, you need to know about the justices' backgrounds, their personalities, their foils, perm dynamics, and with each other, and with their clerks. this is a perspective not always popular with the supreme court, which is an intensity private institution. i remember vividly when i was writing about the court's pension for privacy in 19
.s. illegally on the path to citizenship. >>> and a scare on capitol hill. according to missouri senator claire mccaskill, investigators have identified a suspect who may have sent a suspicious letter to one of her colleagues. that letter was addressed to mississippi senator roger wicker. preliminary tests show the presence of the potentially lethal poison ricin. more extensive testing on that letter is now under way. >>> travel nightmare for thousands of travelers after a computer glitch forced american airlines to ground its entire fleet. even though the problem has been fixed, more cancellations expected today. the latest from abc's preeti arla. >> reporter: american airlines hopes to get its flights off the ground today but still won't be running at full speed. the airline said it fixed a problem with its computer network that left tens of thousands stranded yesterday. still, there is a backlog after the airline grounded all of its planes. >> we're waiting to see what is happening. they say they'll make reservations for us in a hotel or get on a flight today, but we don't know. >> reporter:
from mississippi. senator claire mccaskill says they are reading letters that are written to senators. ricin is poisonous. there is no suspected link between the letter and boston bombings. but, michael, if this is ricin, what happens next in that kind of an investigation? >> well, i'm going to take a step back. i think we have to be very hesitant to say it is ricin. field tests quite routinely come back positive and ultimate scientific tests do not. so we don't know if it is. if it turns out to be ricin, whether there is any connection whatsoever to boston, that will take some time to develop. >> generally speaking, it's a separate investigation. they find ricin in a letter. what do they do? >> they're going to take. that it's going to be, again, investigated by the fbi. they will do testing in the laboratory today. they'll have results from that to understand if it is actually toxic. and then they'll work with the u.s. postal police to figure out where this came from and who might have sent it. >> do you think we will get a lot of copycat things coming through? >> we will. afteren e
to suspect him. he died in a shoot-out with police. his brother dzhokhar is in custody. senator claire mccaskill says there's no evidence that tamerlan and his brother were part of a larger organization. >> it appears at this point based on the evidence that it's just the two of them. >> reporter: some on capitol hill believe their mother played a role in turning them against america. >> i believe she is a person of interest if not a suspect. believe if she comes into the united states, she'll be detained for questioning, so i think there is a connection there. >> reporter: the father of the suspects was planning a trip to the u.s. but now says it is postponed because of poor health. ines ferre for cbs news, new york. >>> now to the flooding in the upper midwest. it's nothing new along the red river in fargo, north dakota, and this year is no different. more rain is expected and the river is still raising. the national weather service says it's expected to crest in fargo at about 19 feet above flood stage early wednesday. terrell brown reports. >> reporter: the city of fargo has built a w
the field. >> mark thanks. >>> santa claire city leaders are about to debate a new development near the stadium. big plans on the 10:00 news tonight. >> thank you for trusting us. we're always here for you. thanks for joining us. moving in with your parents isn't a sign that your life is right on track. there's no way you can fake this. "things are great. i met a terrific girl, "i got a great job "and if everything goes right i'm going to be moving back in with my parents soon." it's like getting busted parole violation and thrown back into the slammer. "in the opinion of the board you need further rehabilitation." you go back into that little room, and you feel so huge like you can crush your bed in your hands. you hold your parents between your fingers going "why was i so afraid of you people?" [ poof! ] hey there henderson family. i'm your rav4 genie. your wish is my command. i wish the old spare tire was gone. out of everything in the...okay. [ snaps fingers ] oh no, i meant... i wish animals could talk. much better. i wish the old spare tire was go
with ricin. no suspect at this point. missouri senator claire mccaskill says it's believed to be a person known to write often to different members of congress. >>> it's 4:35 now. let's check in once again with lawrence, find out how our week is going. i guess we got nice weather. >> the winds keeping the temperatures up now, fairly mild beginning in many parts of the bay area where we are seeing gusts over 20 miles per hour. out over the bay nice and clear. some of those temperatures already up into the 50s. 57 in oakland. 57 in san francisco. a cool 45 in santa rosa. fairly calm there. and 49 in san jose. high pressure now building in overhead. going to see less in the way of wind today. it will still be breezy in spots. warmer weather on the way for today. looks like to round out the week in fact this afternoon going to be beautiful in many spots. some mid- to upper 60s into the afternoon yesterday. this afternoon, up into the 70s. about 72 in san jose. 72 in concord. and 71 in livermore. going to see some even warmer even hot weather coming up in a few days. we'll talk about that in a
's not the only surprising possibly dangerous items you are allowed to carry on. claire newal is here to explain all of this for us. it is particularly or not as the summer travel system seats up. >> it is all taking effect in a couple weeks from now on april the 25th. i claim on flights getting here the flight attendants are worried and nervous about it. >> let's begin with you can't take an ice pick in case you were wondering about it. you can take ice skates. although the blade can be dangerous even though it has the toe pick you have to make sure they are covered but you can actually carry them on board. the airline itself may say you have to put them in the storage bin or under the seat in front of you. they may take them away. you have to make sure the airline allows them on board. >> number 2 on the list no to full sized or baseball cricket bats but yes to novelty bats, hockey sticks, lacrosse sticks, pul cues and golf clubs. it looked like a speer, people. it has to be the right length. tsa d tsa.gov. make sure the airline allows it in the bins or the seat in front of you. >> check with
put out, tweeting about claire continue, an alletter gee medicine, different looks at who this man could be. >> if you lacked at it, we haven't seen the video, but law enforcement authorities, we have seen the video after the bombs went off, at that boston marathon, they described the two suspects, we believe they are these two brothers, one of whom is now dead, the other on the loose, nonchalantly cavalierly walking away confident, cool, as if nothing had happened, even though two bombs within a matter of 12 or 14 seconds went off. let's go thaw this news conference and get an update what is going on. >> you need to do something? >> garden everyone, some comments we want to make, the chief of the water town police force, chief deveaux. we're not going to able to take questions, i'm sorry, i know you have many. first of all, i want to -- we all want to thank the members of the public who have respected our request to stay indoors. we know what an inconvenience it is in water town and in cambridge in particular, that really surrounds the areas where we have asked for this but it's b
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